[OCG] Structure Deck Master Link (Spoiler komplett)

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    [OCG] Structure Deck Master Link (Spoiler komplett)

    Yu-Gi-Oh! OCG Structure Deck Master Link

    Release: 23 Juni 2018 (Japan)

    Inhalt:
    - 1 vorkonstruiertes Deck mit 44 Karten
    - 1 Regelbuch
    - 1 Duellunterlage (mit Spielanleitung auf der Rückseite)

    The next Structure Deck for 2018 has been announced and it’s based on the legendary hero of LINK VRAINS

    The “Official Card Game” Preconstructed Deck, “Structure Deck Master Link” has been announced to go on sale June 23rd, 2018. It’s a Preconstructed Deck is based on the image of the protaganist of the animated series “Yu-Gi-Oh! VRAINS”, and includes highly versatile cards that appear in the animated series. Besides supporting the Cyberse Type, you’ll be able to call powerful Link Monsters

    SD34-JP001 Latency
    LIGHT/Cyberse - Effect/1/0/0
    You can only use each effect of this card’s name once per turn.
    (1) If this card is added from your GY to your hand by an effect: You can Special Summon this card from the hand.
    (2) If this card Special Summoned by its (1) effect is sent to the GY as a Link Material: You can draw 1 card.

    SD34-JP002 Swap Cleric
    EARTH/Cyberse - Effect/2/500/1000
    You can only use the effect of this card’s name once per turn.
    (1) If this card is sent to the GY as a Link Material: You can have the monster that used this card as a Link Material lose 500 ATK, then, draw 1 card.

    SD34-JP003 Defcon Bird
    WIND/Cyberse - Effect/3/100/1700
    YOu can only use the 1st effect of this card’s name once per turn.
    (1) Discard another Cyberse from your hand; Special Summon this card from your hand.
    (2) Once per turn, if a Cyberse monster you control is targeted for an attack: You can have that monster’s ATK and DEF be doubled (until the end of the Damage Step). Then, if that monster is in Attack Position, you can change it to Defense Position.

    SD34-JP004 Micro Coder
    DARK/Cyberse - Effect/1/300/0
    You can only use this card name’s (1) and (2) effects once per turn each.
    (1) If you would use a Cyberse monster(s) you control as Link Material for the Link Summon of a “Code Talker” monster, you can use this card in your hand as a Link Material.
    (2) If this card is sent from the hand or field to the GY as a Link Material for a “Code Talker” monster: You can add 1 “Cynet” Spell/Trap card from your Deck to your hand. If this card was sent from the field, you can add 1 Level 4 Cyberse monster instead.

    SD34-JP005 Profibit Snake
    LIGHT/Cyberse - Effect/2/500/1000
    You can only use each effect of this card’s name once per turn.
    (1) At the start of the damage step in which your Cyberse Link Monster and an opponent’s monster battles: You can send this card from the hand to the GY; return that opponent’s monster to the hand.
    (2) When a Cyberse monster you control destroys an opponent’s monster by battle and sends it to the GY while this card is in the GY: You can banish 1 card from your GY, then target 1 Level 4 or lower Cyberse monster from your GY; add that monster to the hand.

    SD34-JP006 Code Radiator
    WATER/Cyberse - Effect/4/1600/800
    You can only use this card name’s (1) and (2) effects once per turn each.
    (1) If you would use a Cyberse monster(s) you control as Link Material for the Link Summon of a “Code Talker” monster, you can use this card in your hand as a Link Material.
    (2) If this card is sent from the hand or field to the GY as a Link Material for a “Code Talker” monster: You can target 1 face-up monster your opponent controls; that monster’s ATK becomes 0, also its effects are negated. If this card was sent from the field, you can target 2 face-up monsters instead.

    SD34-JP022 Spool Code
    Quick-Play Spell Card
    (1) Activate only if your opponent’s moster declares a direct attack while there are 3 or more Cyberse monsters in your GY; negate that attack. Afterwards, Special Summon up to 3 “Spool Tokens” (Cyberse / LIGHT / Level 1 / ATK 0 / DEF 0) in Defense Positions. These Tokens cannot be Tributed for a Tribute Summon.

    SD34-JP023 Cynet Optimize
    Continuous Spell Card
    You can only use this card name’s (1) effect once per turn.
    (1) During your Main Phase, you can: You cannot Special Summon monsters from your Extra Deck for the rest of this turn, except Cyberse monsters, also immediately after this effect resolves, Normal Summon 1 Cyberse monster.
    (2) If a “Code Talker” monster you control battles, your opponent cannot activate cards or effects until the end of the Damage Step.

    SD34-JP024 Cynet Codec
    Continuous Spell Card
    You can only activate 1 of this card name’s effect per Chain.
    (1): If a “Code Talker” monster is Special Summoned to your side of the field from the Extra Deck: You can target that monster; add 1 Cyberse monster with the same Attribute from your Deck to your hand, also you cannot Special Summon monsters from the Extra Deck, except Cyberse monsters, for the rest of the turn. You cannot add another monster of the same Attribute from your Deck to your hand with the effect of “Cynet Codec” this turn.

    SD34-JP032 Cynet Conflict
    Counter Trap Card
    You can only activate 1 card with this card’s name per turn.
    (1) When a monster effect, or a Spell/Trap Card is activated while you control a “Code Talker” monster: Negate that activation, and if you do, banish it, and if you do that, until the end of next turn, your opponent cannot activate a card or effect with the same original name as the card banished by this effect.

    SD34-JP041 Shootingcode Talker
    WATER/Cyberse - Link - Effect/2300/Link 3 (Linkmarkierungen: Oben, Links, Unten)
    Materials: 2+ Cyberse Effect Monsters
    (1) At the start of your Battle Phase: You can activate this effect; during this Battle Phase, this card makes a number of attacks on opponent’s monsters, up to the number of monsters this card points to + 1, also for the rest of this turn, if your opponent controls exactly 1 monster and this card battles it, this card loses 400 ATK during that damage calculation.
    (2) At the end of the Battle Phase: You can draw cards equal to the number of monsters this card destroyed by battle during this turn.

    SD34-JP042 Elphase
    WIND/Cyberse - Link - Effect/2000/Link 2 (Linkmarkierungen: Oben, Unten)
    Materials: 2 Level 3 or higher Cyberse monsters
    You can only use this card name’s (2) effect once per turn.
    (1) This card gains 300 ATK for each monster it points to.
    (2) If this face-up Link Summoned card leaves the field: You can target 1 Level 4 or lower Cyberse monster in your GY; Special Summon it, but for the rest of this turn, that monster’s effects are negated and it cannot be used as a Link Material.

    SD34-JP043 Talkback Lancer
    DARK/Cyberse - Link - Effect/1200/Link 1 (Linkmarkierung: Unten)
    Materials: 1 Level 2 or lower Cyberse monster
    You can only use this card name’s effect once per turn.
    (1) You can Tribute 1 other Cyberse monster, then target 1 “Code Talker” monster in your GY with a different original name than that Tributed monster; Special Summon it to your zone this card points to.

    Reprints:

    SD34-JP007 Salvagent Driver
    SD34-JP008 Cyberse Wizard
    SD34-JP009 Launcher Commander
    SD34-JP010 Bitrooper
    SD34-JP011 Backup Secretary
    SD34-JP012 Cyberse Converter
    SD34-JP013 Stack Reviver
    SD34-JP014 Link Infra-Flier
    SD34-JP015 Swordsman of Revealing Light
    SD34-JP016 Destrudo the Lost Dragon's Frisson
    SD34-JP017 Chaos Sorcerer
    SD34-JP018 Cockadoodledoo
    SD34-JP019 Electromagnetic Turtle
    SD34-JP020 Fire Hand
    SD34-JP021 Ice Hand
    SD34-JP025 One-Time Passcode
    SD34-JP026 Double Summon
    SD34-JP027 Forbidden Scripture
    SD34-JP028 Book of Eclipse
    SD34-JP029 Hand Destruction
    SD34-JP030 Pot of Acquisitiveness
    SD34-JP031 Terminal World
    SD34-JP033 Cyberse Beacon
    SD34-JP034 Back to the Front
    SD34-JP035 Typhoon
    SD34-JP036 Breakthrough Skill
    SD34-JP037 Mischief of the Yokai
    SD34-JP038 Waboku
    SD34-JP039 Trap Hole of Spikes
    SD34-JP040 Different Dimension Ground
    SD34-JP044 Code Talker
    Auf der Suche nach den neusten Infos oder Bildern zu Yu-Gi-Oh!-Karten aus Japan? =>> Spoiler-Forum


    .:: Cold Desire - Reboot in Arbeit ::.

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    mal gucken was hier drin is...
    hätte ja gerne mal ein Structure Deck nur aus Drachen...
    viele Link-Drachen... wäre ein Traum... :sabber:

    hätte auch gern mal was von dem Typen der so Bäume spielt...
    aber ich denke sowas kommt in einem Hauptset... :thumbup:

    aber mal gucken, was´e hiermit meinen... legendären Helden von LINK VRAINS
    musste gar nicht, das die Serie sowas bis etz hatte...??? :huh:

    aber was wohl sicher is... hier is kein Talker drin... :D

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    C-O-N-A-N schrieb:

    Das deck wird sich wieder um einen charakter aus vrains drehen und warscheinlich wieder cybers support enthalten.
    vieleicht bekommt revolver nun was nettes, dann könnten ein paar drachen drin sein.
    Da Revolver, neben den Topologic-Monstern, nur Nicht-Cyberse Monster spielt (bzw. nur Drachen) wird sich das Structure voraussichtlich wieder nur um Playmaker drehen. Was aber auch akzeptabel ist (mMn.). Bestimmt will keiner Gouki/Trickstar-Structure Decks sehen. Bzw. kommen die voraussichtlich eh ende des Jahres als "Legendary Dragon Decks"-Ersatz.

    Ich hoffe nur, dass Cyberse DANN endlich mal den Anschluss bekommt. Weil manchmal frag ich mich ob es nicht nachher auch noch von gouki eingeholt wird. Trickstar und Altergeist haben es ja schon geschafft...


    Deckcreator16 schrieb:

    C-O-N-A-N schrieb:

    Das deck wird sich wieder um einen charakter aus vrains drehen und warscheinlich wieder cybers support enthalten.
    vieleicht bekommt revolver nun was nettes, dann könnten ein paar drachen drin sein.
    Bestimmt will keiner Gouki/Trickstar-Structure Decks sehen. Bzw. kommen die voraussichtlich eh ende des Jahres als "Legendary Dragon Decks"-Ersatz.Bitte WAS? Ich will die Goukis endlich aus dem OCG :heul: :heul: :heul: :heul:

    Ich hoffe nur, dass Cyberse DANN endlich mal den Anschluss bekommt. Weil manchmal frag ich mich ob es nicht nachher auch noch von gouki eingeholt wird. Trickstar und Altergeist haben es ja schon geschafft...
    Ja endlich ein süielbares Cybersedeck wäre nice, aber ich ahne, dass es wie bei Psi endet



    mfg
    Three Link Monsters used by Playmaker in the anime, including his new Shootingcode Talker!

    Structure Deck Master Link
    Release Date: June 23rd, 2018
    Price: 1000 Yen
    44 Cards Included
    Official Rulebook
    Special Playmat/Dueling Guide

    SD34-JP041 Shootingcode Talker
    Link 3 WATER Cyberse Link Effect Monster
    ATK 2300
    Links: Top, Left, Bottom
    Materials: 2+ Cyberse Effect Monsters
    (1) At the start of your Battle Phase: You can activate this effect; during this Battle Phase, this card makes a number of attacks on opponent’s monsters, up to the number of monsters this card points to + 1, also for the rest of this turn, if your opponent controls exactly 1 monster and this card battles it, this card loses 400 ATK during that damage calculation.
    (2) At the end of the Battle Phase: You can draw cards equal to the number of monsters this card destroyed by battle during this turn.

    SD34-JP042 Elphase
    Link 2 WIND Cyberse Link Effect Monster
    ATK 2000
    Links: Top, Right
    Materials: 2 Level 3 or higher Cyberse monsters
    You can only use this card name’s (2) effect once per turn.
    (1) This card gains 300 ATK for each monster it points to.
    (2) If this face-up Link Summoned card leaves the field: You can target 1 Level 4 or lower Cyberse monster in your GY; Special Summon it, but for the rest of this turn, that monster’s effects are negated and it cannot be used as a Link Material.

    SD34-JP043 Talkback Lancer
    Link 1 DARK Cyberse Link Effect Monster
    ATK 1200
    Link: Bottom
    Materials: 1 Level 2 or lower Cyberse monster
    You can only use this card name’s effect once per turn.
    (1) You can Tribute 1 other Cyberse monster, then target 1 “Code Talker” monster in your GY with a different original name than that Tributed monster; Special Summon it to your zone this card points to.

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    Nekroz™ schrieb:

    Three Link Monsters used by Playmaker in the anime, including his new Shootingcode Talker!

    Structure Deck Master Link
    Release Date: June 23rd, 2018
    Price: 1000 Yen
    44 Cards Included
    Official Rulebook
    Special Playmat/Dueling Guide

    SD34-JP041 Shootingcode Talker
    Link 3 WATER Cyberse Link Effect Monster
    ATK 2300
    Links: Top, Left, Bottom
    Materials: 2+ Cyberse Effect Monsters
    (1) At the start of your Battle Phase: You can activate this effect; during this Battle Phase, this card makes a number of attacks on opponent’s monsters, up to the number of monsters this card points to + 1, also for the rest of this turn, if your opponent controls exactly 1 monster and this card battles it, this card loses 400 ATK during that damage calculation.
    (2) At the end of the Battle Phase: You can draw cards equal to the number of monsters this card destroyed by battle during this turn.

    Sehr sehr entäusschend. Wobei man bei seinem Anime-Effekt nicht wirklich viel mehr erwartet hat


    SD34-JP042 Elphase
    Link 2 WIND Cyberse Link Effect Monster
    ATK 2000
    Links: Top, Right
    Materials: 2 Level 3 or higher Cyberse monsters
    You can only use this card name’s (2) effect once per turn.
    (1) This card gains 300 ATK for each monster it points to.
    (2) If this face-up Link Summoned card leaves the field: You can target 1 Level 4 or lower Cyberse monster in your GY; Special Summon it, but for the rest of this turn, that monster’s effects are negated and it cannot be used as a Link Material.

    Ähnlich enttäuschend. Ist zwar perfekt dafür geeignet die Ritual Summon Mechanic des Themas zu supporten, hängt aber eher davon ab ob noch mehr Ritual Support folgt. Sonst stirbt das nämlich ganz schnell wieder aus...(Auch wenn scheinbar Playmaker im Anime von Link auf Link/Ritual umgeswitcht ist)


    SD34-JP043 Talkback Lancer
    Link 1 DARK Cyberse Link Effect Monster
    ATK 1200
    Link: Bottom
    Materials: 1 Level 2 or lower Cyberse monster
    You can only use this card name’s effect once per turn.
    (1) You can Tribute 1 other Cyberse monster, then target 1 “Code Talker” monster in your GY with a different original name than that Tributed monster; Special Summon it to your zone this card points to.


    Prinzipiell eine gute Karte. Bloß mangelt es mMn. nach an guten Code Talker Monstern. Denn neben Transcode gibt es nur den Code Talker(OCG Only aktuell) und Decode Talker(welchen ich nicht in der MMZ haben will).
    Im Grund wurde einem also mal wieder nur ein Knochen hingeworfen, aber leider ein von Gouki, Trickstar und Altergeist abgenagter Knochen...


    Da bist du ein bisschen pessimistisch, wie ich finde.

    - Shootingcode ist doch voll gut, zumindest, wenn du dem Gegner ein paar Tokens unterjubeln kannst. Kann man Cyberse irgendwie mit Lair of Darkness spielen?

    - Elphase kann auch ich nicht wirklich schönreden

    - Lancer: Wen kümmert's, ob die Code Talkers gut sind? Du machst aus einem Monster ein Link 3, um deine Link 4s raus zu kloppen. Reicht doch.

    Meine Fan Fiction auf eTCG - Yu-Gi-Oh! PHOENIX
    Serie 1 / Serie 2
    Including Latency and Swap Cleric from the animated series!

    SD34-JP001 Latency
    Level 1 LIGHT Cyberse Effect Monster
    ATK 0
    DEF 0
    You can only use each effect of this card’s name once per turn.
    (1) If this card is added from your GY to your hand by an effect: You can Special Summon this card from the hand.
    (2) If this card Special Summoned by its (1) effect is sent to the GY as a Link Material: You can draw 1 card.

    SD34-JP002 Swap Cleric
    Level 2 EARTH Cyberse Effect Monster
    ATK 500
    DEF 1000
    You can only use the effect of this card’s name once per turn.
    (1) If this card is sent to the GY as a Link Material: You can have the monster that used this card as a Link Material lose 500 ATK, then, draw 1 card.

    SD34-JP004 Micro Coder
    Level 1 DARK Cyberse Effect Monster
    ATK 300
    DEF 0
    You can only use this card name’s (1) and (2) effects once per turn each.
    (1) If you would use a Cyberse monster(s) you control as Link Material for the Link Summon of a “Code Talker” monster, you can use this card in your hand as a Link Material.
    (2) If this card is sent from the hand or field to the GY as a Link Material for a “Code Talker” monster: You can add 1 “Cynet” Spell/Trap card from your Deck to your hand. If this card was sent from the field, you can add 1 Level 4 Cyberse monster instead.

    SD34-JP006 Code Radiator
    Level 4 WATER Cyberse Effect Monster
    ATK 1600
    DEF 800
    You can only use this card name’s (1) and (2) effects once per turn each.
    (1) If you would use a Cyberse monster(s) you control as Link Material for the Link Summon of a “Code Talker” monster, you can use this card in your hand as a Link Material.
    (2) If this card is sent from the hand or field to the GY as a Link Material for a “Code Talker” monster: You can target 1 face-up monster your opponent controls; that monster’s ATK becomes 0, also its effects are negated. If this card was sent from the field, you can target 2 face-up monsters instead.

    SD34-JP023 Cybnet Optimize / Cynet Optimize
    Spell Continuous
    You can only use this card name’s (1) effect once per turn.
    (1) During your Main Phase, you can: You cannot Special Summon monsters from your Extra Deck for the rest of this turn, except Cyberse monsters, also immediately after this effect resolves, Normal Summon 1 Cyberse monster.
    (2) If a “Code Talker” monster you control battles, your opponent cannot activate cards or effects until the end of the Damage Step.

    SD34-JP024 Cynet Codec
    Continuous Spell
    You can only activate 1 of this card name’s effect per Chain.
    (1): If a “Code Talker” monster is Special Summoned to your side of the field from the Extra Deck: You can target that monster; add 1 Cyberse monster with the same Attribute from your Deck to your hand, also you cannot Special Summon monsters from the Extra Deck, except Cyberse monsters, for the rest of the turn. You cannot add another monster of the same Attribute from your Deck to your hand with the effect of “Cynet Codec” this turn.

    SD34-JP032 Cybnet Conflict / Cynet Conflict
    Counter Trap Card
    You can only activate 1 card with this card’s name per turn.
    (1) When a monster effect, or a Spell/Trap Card is activated while you control a “Code Talker” monster: Negate that activation, and if you do, banish it, and if you do that, until the end of next turn, your opponent cannot activate a card or effect with the same original name as the card banished by this effect.
    Ich hab mich gerade ein weiteres mal verliebt:

    Nekroz™ schrieb:

    Including Latency and Swap Cleric from the animated series!


    SD34-JP001 Latency
    SD34-JP002 Swap Cleric

    Endlich kommn die beiden. Hatte schon angst sie werden Anime Only. Freu mich richtig, endlich kann man Ressourcen schützen.




    SD34-JP004 Micro Coder
    SD34-JP006 Code Radiator

    Das gefällt mir richtig gut. Karten von der Hand Linken und dann noch Bonus bekommen. Außerdem find ich schön dass die STs nun zum themendeck werden: cynet. Direkt mal gucken welche anderen Karten auch darunter fallen...




    SD34-JP023 Cybnet Optimize / Cynet Optimize
    Additional Normal Summons sind immer schön. Besonders wenn sie keine Beschränkung auf 1x usage haben.


    SD34-JP024 Cynet Codec
    Eine relativ faire Version von Black Whirlwind. Wind ziemlich interessant, da die Attribute ja nicht so leicht unterzukriegen sind und die Attribute der guten Link Monster etwas unpassend zu den guten Maindeckmonstern sind(aus meiner erinnerung. Muss gleich mal nachgucken wo das wieder passt). Dass danach keine Karte mehr mit dem Attribut gesucht werden kann macht es einem zwar schwer die karte zu nutzen, schützt aber vor "zu broken sein"


    SD34-JP032 Cybnet Conflict / Cynet Conflict

    OMFG. Die gefällt mir ja richtig richtig gut.


    2 New Cards and several confirmed reprints!


    SD34-JP022 Spool Code
    Quick-Play Spell Card
    (1) Activate only if your opponent’s moster declares a direct attack while there are 3 or more Cyberse monsters in your GY; negate that attack. Afterwards, Special Summon up to 3 “Spool Tokens” (Cyberse / LIGHT / Level 1 / ATK 0 / DEF 0) in Defense Positions. These Tokens cannot be Tributed for a Tribute Summon.
    Source

    Defcon Bird
    Level 3 WIND Cyberse Effect Monster
    ATK 100
    DEF 1700
    YOu can only use the 1st effect of this card’s name once per turn.
    (1) Discard another Cyberse from your hand; Special Summon this card from your hand.
    (2) Once per turn, if a Cyberse monster you control is targeted for an attack: You can have that monster’s ATK and DEF be doubled (until the end of the Damage Step). Then, if that monster is in Attack Position, you can change it to Defense Position.


    One-Time Pass Code
    Back to the Front
    Stack Reviver
    Different Dimension Ground
    Cyberse Beacon
    Pot of Acquistiveness
    Backup Secretary
    Link Infra-Flier
    Hand Destruction
    Bitrooper
    Typhoon

    ygorganization.com/defconspool/

    Die beiden neuen Karten sind jetzt nicht SOOO super pralle, aber sie sind ok. Der Bird hilft beim Schaden drücken und kann sich selber specialn. Und die Drohnen stellen eine stark abgeschwächte Variante zu Scapegoat dar.


    Cyberse wird echt jedes mal besser.

    Explodieren könnte das Deck mit den bisherigen Karten schon, jetzt wird das Ressourcenmanagment sogar noch etwas besser. An aktuelle Topmetadecks wie Gouki (ähnliche Spielweise) wird es wohl noch nicht herankommen. Könnte aber vlt noch kommen.

    Insgesamt wirkt der Typ Cyberse bisher aber sehr gut durchdacht.
    Wenn ich das jetzt mit Psi vergleiche....
    Cyber Drache im alternativen Artwork :love:

    Smoke schrieb:

    Wer sich Mal das Bild aus dem Werbespot anschaut, der sieht auch das "Code Talker" , der bisher OCG Promo war, ebenfalls einen Reprint in dem Deck erhält. Ich bin gehyped!
    O.O
    Wehe Konami/Verantwortliche machen mit dem Structure den selben Mist wie bei D/D/D oder dem noch ausstehenden Cyberse-Structure... ich kanns schon jetzt kaum noch erwarten diese paar Karten zu testen. Zusammen mit den Karten die wir über die Zeit bekommen haben kommt das Deck langsam aber sicher immer mehr ins rollen. Schließlich sind Transcode Talker sowie der Ladybug nie schlecht gewesen, ähnlich wie auch das Alien oder sonst die anderen Karten, nur bis heute hat halt immer der kleine Funken gefehlt. Und so langsam aber sicher kommt auch dieser Funken so langsam ins Deck... im Grunde brauch man nur noch den Zünder drücken...


    Deckcreator16 schrieb:

    Smoke schrieb:

    Wer sich Mal das Bild aus dem Werbespot anschaut, der sieht auch das "Code Talker" , der bisher OCG Promo war, ebenfalls einen Reprint in dem Deck erhält. Ich bin gehyped!
    O.OWehe Konami/Verantwortliche machen mit dem Structure den selben Mist wie bei D/D/D oder dem noch ausstehenden Cyberse-Structure... ich kanns schon jetzt kaum noch erwarten diese paar Karten zu testen. Zusammen mit den Karten die wir über die Zeit bekommen haben kommt das Deck langsam aber sicher immer mehr ins rollen. Schließlich sind Transcode Talker sowie der Ladybug nie schlecht gewesen, ähnlich wie auch das Alien oder sonst die anderen Karten, nur bis heute hat halt immer der kleine Funken gefehlt. Und so langsam aber sicher kommt auch dieser Funken so langsam ins Deck... im Grunde brauch man nur noch den Zünder drücken...
    Ich bin auch schon heiss auf August, wenn man dann Cyberse mit allen Karten spielen kann. Aber ich denke mit diesen neuen Karten geht es langsam in Richtung Meta. Immerhin kommen bis dahin noch neue Listen/Anpassungen. Mit dem richtigen Spieler dürfte ne Menge gehen.